Tokyo Olympic chief under fire over sexist remarks

Tokyo Olympic organizing committee president Yoshiro Mori apologized on Thursday after he was harshly criticized for his sexist remarks. Mori acknowledged that his remarks were “careless.” “I would like to offer an apology,” he told Kyodo News. Later in the day, Mori told reporters he had no intention of resigning. Speaking at an online meeting of the Japan Olympic Committee (JOC) on Wednesday, Mori suggested that women talk too much at meetings of boards of directors. “Board of directors meetings with many women take more time,” he said, according to local media. The 83-year-old was referring…

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